The reredos at the east end with the Ten Commandments, Lord`s Prayer and the Creed in the four panels was created between 1743 and 1746 by John Sutton, a local carpenter. He received £71 for his three years work, a yearly rate equivalent to the salary of the minister at the time. In the broken pediment you can see a pelican pecking at her breast so that her chicks on the nest can feed on her blood. This is an ancient Christian image representing Christ`s sacrifice of himself, and is positioned just above the communion table. In a swirl at the bottom of the right hand panel you can see the initials of the gilder.